6ix9ine’s attorney wants tight security for him while he gives back to the community.
Tekashi 6ix9ine will reportedly be released from home confinement this Saturday (Aug. 1st) so he can begin the second phase of his sentence. TMZ reports 6ix9ine hasn’t done a single hour of community service since his release and his legal team are struggling to find a safe space for him to complete his 300 hours of community service.
His attorneys are concerned T69 could be a sitting duck for anyone seeking revenge while he gives back to the community and they’re exploring other alternatives to keep him safe, including requesting for added security.
According to TMZ, 6ix9ine’s attorney Lance Lazzaro will ask Tekashi’s probation officer to let him do his time at a highly secured facility or anywhere there's lots of people and maybe even armed guards and/or cops to ensure his safety.
Lance feels the probation officer assigned will take these pleas into consideration and act appropriately, otherwise, it could spell trouble for the polarizing artist.
Besides his community service, Tekashi 6ix9ine also has to pay a fine of $35k.